Noordwijk (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈnoːrtʋɛi̯k] ( listen)) is a town and municipality in the west of the Netherlands, in the province of South Holland. The municipality covers an area of 51.45 km (19.86 sq mi) of which 15.97 km (6.17 sq mi) is water and had a population of 25,944 in 2017.
Things to do in Noordwijk
4 based on 142 reviews
Unrated restaurant. Excellent food, I had baked cod with mustard and the quality of the cod and the cooking was 100%
4.5 based on 270 reviews
Restaurant Iets Anders is open daily, we offer a great menu in French bistro style and we are available for groups but when you are looking for a romantic dinner for 2 you will be suprised what we have to offer, so now it's time for something different!
We visited here 3 times, first for just a drink, second and third time for dinner. Every visit was wonderful, beautiful food, friendly excellent service . Beautiful restaurant, great ambience.Highly recommend.
4.5 based on 116 reviews
My son and I were cycling from Amsterdam to the Hook of Hollandon a hot Sunday, when we approached Langs Berg en Dal restaurant. It looked quite enticing, we were tired and thirsty, and the sun was shining!.....so we stopped.
Cycle facilities laid on, we found a table and were soon approached by a young, attractive waitress who suggested we try the pancakes after first enjoying a cold Pilsner....we were soon tucking into the huge, thin, crispy dish filled with mushrooms, ham, tomatoes and a host of green trimmings, all topped off with 2 fresh local eggs. Mmmmm and accompanied by a glass of cranberry tea!
We had refuels our engines, and my son Ben and I were soon riding down the coast towards The Hague, and only another 40 miles to our ferry....thank you to the lovely young ladies that looked after us today!
4.5 based on 107 reviews
We had the masterclass champagne tasting as aperitif: 3 different bottles, served in the winecellar and accompanied by appetizers. Afterwards had a 5-course diner in the restaurant. Very friendly staff, cosy atmosphere. All dishes came perfectly prepared, nice presentation. The marinated fish as a starter was perfect, followed by seabass with razor clams. Came the seadevil with crab: perfect again. Suckling pig was served with coffee-sherry structures. Dessert and cheese to finish this wonderful meal. The winelist offers a large variety with very affordable wines as well as the great chateaux. Well worth the michelin star.
4 based on 151 reviews
When it's sunny try the awardwinning Terrace! It has sofa's and loungers. The inside is circular shaped with an outer layer (next to windows) and an inner layer (between the outer row of tables and the central bar). The quality of the food is consistently goog and fresh. The wine and beer choices are fine too. We have never been disappointed in this restaurant and have been coming here ever since it opened.
4.5 based on 480 reviews
Great restaurant on the beach of Noordwijk. With lounge, outside bar, very good music,
Group of 6 of us on a golf tour booked dinner at the Branding Beachclub. The venue situated on the beach overlooking the North Sea. Stunning views, great menu, friendly staff and chilled music. Great time had by all.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Each Sunday this restaurant offers a set Sunday lunch, and while you can order off the main menu, I'd stick with this option. This we did and feasted on exquisite food, seasonally fresh and beautifully presented. The husband and wife duo are lovely. They even...MoreThanks for the lovely words Greetings Cor en Sjaan Raggers
4.5 based on 276 reviews
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The restaurant is well-appointed and attracts a nice class of clientele both young adults leading up to senior citizens. Fortunately, there were not any screaming babies or children running around which can always be a problem at restaurants when you have parents who disown them during their stay.
While the ambience and location of the restaurant could not be faulted, I think that the average age of the staff should be increased marginally so that an adult can give direction. The serving time wasn't quick even though at 14:00 hrs. on a Saturday afternoon the restaurant wasn't busy.
4 based on 333 reviews
nice location and fine food .... we spent an excellent evening with friend and enjoyed the nice august weather, fabulous view .... good food, a little bit more expensive than the competition at 50 metres, but the chairs were much more comfortable and that's important when you are planning to be there for some time .....
4.5 based on 301 reviews
New restaurant - opened in May 2012. At Sunand we serve dishes from North and South India and we always serve our dishes as fresh as possible. Our Indian chef mr. Singh will take you on a great journey through colorful and culinary India.
The food was perfectly reasonable Indian food. Unfortunately the experience was marred by the waiting staff - both Australians - that clearly had a very different understanding of how to wait on tables.
NB for reference I'm 30-something and normally sleep in youth hostel dorms - I am not fancy nor do I frequent high-class establishments.
1. Waiter asking "how is the food?" 10-15 seconds after serving it (and of course too hot to even put a spoon of it in my mouth).
2. Coming up to me 4-5 times during my meal to ask if I "everything was alright" and if I "needed anything". How about watching for eye contact (but see later)?
3. Waitress cleaning my plates asks if I would like any dessert. "No thank you", I smile. "Ah, right, you're stuffed". I was astounded by that turn of phrase, which is very rude in England (but perhaps not in Australia?).
4. After the waiter had been bothering me every 5 minutes to ask if everything was ok, he then hid in the reception area chatting up the waitress - my vain attempts at getting sufficient attention to pay were ignored, forcing me to walk up to them smile and ask if I could have the cheque.
Normally I don't even notice service - but this was so bad it left a bad taste in my mouth that could not be alleviated by the otherwise reasonable food.
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